In this section touring artist will provide news about upcoming regulations concerning UK`s withdrawal from the EU, which will be relevant for artists and other creatives (and everybody working with them). touring artists refers to respective contact points and information portals that can assist with specific questions.
The German Chamber of Industry and Commerce has published a Brexit glossary with important dates and terms (in German only).
This report by the House of Lords argues that the cultural sector urgently needs more clarity on free
Also have a look at the British Council’s Library: a collection of pieces on the implications of Brexit on the education, arts, culture and science sectors.
Read the research report on behalf of Arts Council England from autumn 2017 (updated in 2018).
This report by BOZAR, British Council and European Cultural Foundation gives recommendations concerning legal isuues, funding and mobility.
First administrative reactions >>>
The German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community provides detailled FAQs on right of residence in the context of Brexit.
Here, you can find a question that many artists and organisers see themselves confronted with these days:
Question: After Brexit, will German citizens still be able to travel to the UK / British citizens be able to travel to Germany without a visa for short stays?
Answer: Probably, yes. The EU has proposed an act agreeing on mutual exemption from visa requirements which covers stays of up to 90 days in each 180-day period. This would allow British citizens to travel throughout the Schengen area.
With the UK withdrawing from the EU, the same customs formalities will apply to trading in goods with the UK which are now applying to trading in goods with third countries. The website of German Customs provides helful advice (in German only)
Report by the Bundesministeriums für Finanzen, January 2019, Brexit und Zoll (German).